Maestro is the simplest and most effective mobile UI testing framework. Maestro is built on learnings from its predecessors (Appium, Espresso, UIAutomator, XCTest) and allows you to easily define and test your Flows.
In this video, I’ve asked Zhanibek Marshal to join me and share his experience using this framework.
Contents of this video:
- 0:00 – Intro
- 0:20 – Zhanibek introduction
- 3:58 – How did we end up to Maestro?
- 6:40 – Integration of Maestro
- 12:02 – Writing test case flows
- 30:27 – Maestro Studio
- 48:16 – Maestro Cloud
- 58:17 – Learnings
- 1:01:02 – Conclusion
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